Saizen Goodwill Program: 3 Ways to Save!11:44 AM
Saving the environment can be challenging. Im sure you can avoid using plastics. However, do not give up and do your part. Let's all go green! You will not only save our mother earth but also save lives. Always remember, charity begins at home and it can start with you. Here are some tips Saizen, a shop that offers variety of Japanese products at the amazingly low price of P85, would like to share on how you could save and help.
Saizen is coming out with a month-long Goodwill Program starting this September 16 under the campaign, 3 Ways to Save: Save the Environment, Save Money and Save Lives!
First. Save the Environment. Newspaper drive. Let's all help recycle those old newspapers in your house. For a minimum 2kgs of newspaper donation, Saizen is giving P20 discount for their shopping bag purchase at their stores.
Saizen opened a new branch at Robinsons Magnolia this month by the way
I love the idea of using a reusable non-woven bags when shopping. It eliminates lot of plastics from our life this way. You can do the same.
Second. Save Money! Saizen customers can buy Philippine Star newspapers in their participating stores for only P10. That's 50% savings!
Third. Save a Life! All proceeds from newspaper drive and from Philippine Star selling shall be donated to Center for Health Improvement & Life Development (CHILD) Haus, a temporary shelter that provides free room and board to indigent patients from the privinces who have no place to stay in Manila while undergoing medical treatment. The house mostly admits children with cancer. You may refer to this link for more info. http://childhaus.org/index.html
This campaign shall run from September 16 to October 15, 2012, participated by Metro Manila Saizen stores in following malls: Robinsons Galleria, Robinsons Place Manila, Robinsons Magnolia, Robinsons Metro East, Ali Mall, TriNoma and Market! Market! Turnover of proceeds to CHILD Haus is set on October 29, Monday. Also, this program is in partnership with Philippine Star, our official media partner.
Let's all be the green little angels of this world.